NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va., will open to the public in September for six hours of facility tours and activities for all ages. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22, visitors will be able to see the latest cool stuff Langley is working on, talk with researchers and take part in hands-on activities related to science, technology, engineering and math. You'll also be able to see some of the historic landmarks that made Langley famous in the 95 years since we were created as the nation's first civilian aeronautics research lab. Langley's last open house in 2007 drew some 20,000 visitors. Help us beat that number this year! What we do NASA's Journey to Tomorrow traveling exhibit is an interactive informal learning environment that shares the excitement of exploration with visitors. The highlight of the experience is the ultimate artifact -- a real moon rock returned from one of the Apollo lunar landing missions. NASA Langley engineers are helping develop spacecraft to send humans beyond Earth orbit; researching technologies to make aircraft safer, more efficient and environmentally friendly, and studying Earth's atmosphere to better understand climate change. That work is being carried out in laboratories all across our 800-acre facility next to Langley Air Force Base. Buses will be available to take visitors to tour stops -- or you can walk. Visit http://www.nasa.gov/centers/langley/events/openhouse2012.html for more information. -- To UNSUBSCRIBE or CHANGE your settings, please visit https://listserv.jmu.edu/archives/vadcfll-l.html and select "Join or leave the list". -- VADCFLL administrative announcements are sent via VADCFLL-ANNOUNCEMENTS-L. Visit https://listserv.jmu.edu/archives/vadcfll-ANNOUNCEMENTS-l.html to subscribe.